Carol i n a Watch man .
THURSDAY, A PHIL 17, U?84.
The Wajruesville Xeire and Asheville
(Cititen give glowing acconnta of the re
.cent visit of Kailrond officials, the Gov
ernor, and the It. R Commissioners, to
Watnesvili.e. The principal design of
the excursion was to give the R. R. Coui
hlissiouers au opportunity to inspect he
last ten miles of the completed road,
which terminates at Wrtjruesvllle but it
was also made the occasien of a grand
gathering of the mountaineers to rejoice
at the con sum at ion of a work upon which
tbey had at one time looked as almost
hopeless. Waynesville is now in rail
road connection with the world, and
those best acquainted with that part of
the mountain section pedict for it a bril
The party alluded to entered Wsynes-
ViHe In a special car. rreseut J coi. a.i
fi. Andrews, i'rcsitieut ot tne rosui y wy.! facilities and is casting about for an
Jarvis, Dr. Worth, State Treasurer, Col.ig of tem Sho at m delegation
A. S. Untold, 2. 11. vvi:ey, j. iuiiikip, of
Msj. J. W. Wilson, S. McD. Tate, . J
Busbee and B. F. Areadell, of Raleigh.
Gov. Vance, a member of the Commi
ion, 'Joined the party at Asheville
the next day, and went back over the
foad for inspection.
The New says Tuesday was the big
gest day ever had at Waynesville. There
were about three thousand people m at-1
tendance. Gov. Jarvis. Col. Andrews, t
Col. Buford, Lt. Gov. Robinson, Busbee, 1
Treasurer Worth every man who could I
sik was called on for a speech, and I
they responded briefly, of course. Dr. J
Worth rather took the premium : He
aid enough had been said of the present, I
and ho would say a few words for theJ
future. He did not wish to tell the peo-1
pie how they should vote next fall, but
ho would say he thought " thev had about I
as good a State Treasurer as they could
After speeches came a big dinner, and
fAr riintior nnift taunts, mod a free and I
easy time generally. I
Gov. Vauce made a speech there on I
Wednesday, on national polities.
It will be remembered that about 125
miners lost their lives by au explosion in
the Pocahontas coal mine iu Virginia,
about a month ago, and that the mine
took fire aud had to be Hooded with wa
tor to put out the tire. 1 he proprietors
have just reached the point of recovering
the dead bodies of the men lost by the
explosion. Only six out of the many yet
fouud and sent up have been recognized
by their friends, and they only by their
clothing or some article found in their
pockets. The bodies are shockingly mu
tilated. Some were found with picks iu
their hands, ami one man with his dinner
bucket, showing that death was instauta
neons. A large aud sorrowful crowd of
men and women are witnessing the re
moval of the bodies.
It is a significant fact that there were
more lynchings last year than legal exe
cutions, aud from present appearances
there will be more this year. It will not
be a great while before Judges and jurors
will be made to feel very insecure when
they fail to meet public, expectation in
respect to the trial of criminals. The
recent storm of passion in Cincinnati was
directed agaiust lawyeis, Judge and
jurors. The Legislatures of the Ststes
ought to lose no time in reviewing and
re-moddeling their systems of criminal
jurisprudence and practice, and the pub
lic assured that speedy justice will cer
tainly ftll on the guilty. Better tighten
up against offenders than to leave them
at the mercy of lynchers until lynching
becomes the rule aud legally adminis
tered laws the exception.
The Raleigh Netc speaking of Atlanta,
brings out some facts not generally con
sidered, though apparent to all who stop
to think; of it, thus: "With no local ad
vantages except the mere fact that sever
al railroads cross each other within her
limits, she grows and prospers
beyond the power of any of her southern
rivals. The secret is not hard to find.
Her people realize that push and vim are
the basis of success. Grass does
not grow under their feet. They never
forget that work pays." Tbe JTetct may
ba counted a little figurative when it
ess; "Children come into the world
there crying 'Hurrah for Atlanta,' but
there is no disputing the fact that her
business people are plucky and in earn -est
oa all questions relating to her ad
vanceWht and growth.
Food adulterations is concerning the
people of some of on cities, and it should
also concern country people. Sugar,
teasV molasses, syrups, &c, articles
largely used inall parts of tho country
are often villainously tampered with.
There is a story from Fiance that even
the oyster in tsjajshell has been counter
feited Mi Paria. Be UmT story true or
false there is uo doubt much watchful
ness against frauds will scarcely save us
from the impositions of these times.
Escaped. There was a report here
yesterday that Shields, in Mecklenburg
jail awatiug a decision of the Snpreme
Court iu his case. escaped from prison the
P. S. Shields has been re -captured
and returned to the prison in Charlotte,
a sadder if not a wiser man. He was
considerably bruised and skinned iu
going through a hole in his prison wall
made for him by some one outside.
Wheat, in New York, April 14, 98 for
May and .100 for June. The market
Jul, on the report f prosperous crops.
j ' r
Speaking of Democratic Gubernatorial
timber e have ebservrd that compli
ments hare been paid to a bun's t every
gentleman of any note throughout the
State except those of Re wan. If we were
asked, who would make us A good Gov
ernor, we would answer Ke'ru Craige,
Esq., just such a one as the Stale ought
to have a man who would perform his
duties faithfully aud well, without feaf,
favof or partiality.
Politicians will, if it be possible, worry
old uncle Sam Tildeu iuto his grave by
talking to aud of him for the Presidency.
We must be very bad off for men and
weak iu the faith of oar political princi
ples aud public intelligence when a great
party hangs so tenaciously ou to the
skirts of this old gaotleman to save them
from defeat. It is now said he will write
a Tetter positively declining to accept a
nomination. So be it.
Dnimoi j8 outgrowing its preseut rail
,er business men to Raleigh, a few
jftys afi0 to consult with railroad mac
oate4 for a ,iew outet ejt,er UJ tic E,i.
eigh and Augusts or Raleigh and Gaston
at Apex, Cary or Frauklinton. The
meeting was preliminary, but will no
doubt assume a definite form in a short
The Republicans of Meckleubdrg conn
v, led by four or five white men, met on
the 12th to appoint delegates to the State
aud district conventions. It was soon
discovered that the assembly were divid
ed iuto two distinct parties, which be
came angry and boistious contestants
over the question of organization. They
fretted and fumed a whole afternoon,
and fiually one party drew off aud signed
a written protest and called another
meeting for the 26th of April
Clever. turman, of the Asheville
Citizen, mentioned as a suitable man for
Secretary of State, says: "We see no
reason to sot aside Col. Saunders. On
"e couirary we see every reason to re
tain him. Col. Saunders has prov
ed himself the wise counsellor and the
safe guide who cannot be spared and
who ought uot to be set aside to make
loom for any aspirant.'' Well said. Mr.
Thursday the 3d mutant was a fright
ful day to the people of a large portion
of Cumberland count. Fire iu the woods
drives by the furious wind of that day,
swept over a large section, destroying
turpentine trees, timber, fences, aud iu
some cases dwellings, barns, &c. Sev
eral persons made narrow escapes with
There was a free fight bet wee u about
fifty country negroes attending a picnic
at Milburnie, near Raleigh, Easter Mon
day. The women went iu with clubs
and fought as bravely as the men. Dam
age uot serious with one or two excep
Judge Shipp is holding a special Court
in Mitchell, for the trial ef four murdei
cases in that county. The la.-t bloody
scene enacted was between two young
men, 16 aud 17 years old ; and w hiskey
aud jealousy are said to have caused it.
A book merchant at Raleigh felt
curious to know what kind of books were
most read by his customers, aud kept a
careful account for a time and fouud
that lore stories novels were the rage
The Celluloid Brush Co Newark, N.
J., was burnt out on the 14th. Loss
($200,000) covered by insurance. A
$1:15,000 fire occurred at Salem, N. J.,the
Dynamite keeps our English friends st
fever heat. Some new discovery now
aud then of cartridges or infernal ma
chines seem to prolong anxiety and watch
A party of forty New England editors
will visit this State tho latter part of this
mouth. They will go as far as Shelby
and thence return.
The primary meetiugs iu New York
State to appoint delegates to the natioual
republican convention have indicated
Blaine. as their first choice for President.
The republican primaries iu the city of
Y ashmgton are recorded as the most ri
otous and disgraceful ever known iu this
The Sunday Morning Mail (Wilmiug
ton) says the frost of Sunday morning
did much damage to the crops in that
The levees of the Mississippi river pro
tect 11,800,000 seres of land, occupied by
three-fourths of the population of Louis
Paper carpets have been patented, and
they are said to so very beautiful and
Tito Democratic State Executive Com
mitte met at Raleigh yesterday and fixed
on the above date for the Democratic
State Convention to be held at Raleigl
The Louisville Courier-Journal has
good opinion of our able Senator the
people's favorite. It says j
"Senator Vauce has so lone been be
fore the public .in important political ca
pacities, that it is almost superfluous to
speak ot his ability and popularity. As
a speaker he is perhaps tho best repre
sentative of the South uow in Congress.
Witty, brilliant, and eloquent, bis ap
pearance on the platform is always hail
ed with applause."
the auditor received a letter from a leg-
ess ex Confederate soldier in Transyl
vania county who made application for
lis pension. He had never drawn a cent
altlidug'i the allowance was made in
1866. About $1,200 will be paid him.
Waynesville News: We have betu in
formed that Mr. Woodford Zackery near
East LaPort, Jackson county, has sold
from the work of four hands two weeks,
$400 worth of Mica. -Jno. Price, and
Jam psirkr with four hands three or
four weeks, sold over $500 worth. -
John Long has sold withiu two months
over $600 worth ; L. J. Smith is working
a Mica mine with fair prospects j so is
John Potts, our postmaster. Edward
Norton Si, Co., and Wiljiam Norton aud
J. Woods are getting handsome re
turns from Mica mining.
We clip the following extract from an
editorial in the Stateville American of
last week :
Iii the House which is overwhelming
ly Democratic on last Monday, (April
7th) Mr. Thompson, of Kentucky, moved
to suspend the rules and adopt a resolu-1
tion declaring it unwise and inexpedient
for the present Congress to abolish or re
duce the tax ou spirits distilled from
grain. The Hon. Tyre York, the Liber
al Representative trom .North Carolina,
alone of the delegation from this State,
opposed in a ringing speech the resolu
tion of Mr. Thompson, and emphatically
declared that he was in favor of the im
mediate and entire abolition of the internal
revenue. The other Representatives
from this State who had been so loud
mouthed in their opposition to the inter
nal revenue, and so profuse of promise
while soliciting votes in the last cam-
i)iii n. were silent and dumb when the
question came up for discussion and ac
tion. There are some slight inaccuracies iu
this statemeut, to which perhaps it might
be well to call attention. Instead of all
"the other representatives from this
State being silent aud dumb" upon that
resolution, the leading speech in opposi
tion to it was made by Gen. Cox, who
was followed by York, and instead of the
North Carolina delegation taking no in
terest in it, they voted solid agaiust it.
So Dr. York did not oppose it alone.
With these corrections the statement
may be permitted to pass. Of the thirty-three
votes agaiust that resolution
nearly all were from the South and were
cast by Democrats. It had no support
worth speakiug of from the Republicans.
1 here is tood tor thought in the pre
amble and resolutions adopted ov the
meeting of colored citizens held in this
place last Monday night. Thev denounce
the present system of county government.
Of course. It was framed tor the protec
tion of eastern whites. They say that
through fraud, intimidation and violence
thev have been deprived of a fair elec
tion ; what do the white people of Iredell
county think ot that charge f They sav
the courts do uot give them justice and
there is a political despotism in this
county, though they do uot say who the
despot is. They complain because the
whites do not do more for their education
when the whites arc paying seven-eighths
of the taxes and many of them are not
able to educate their own children ; and
finally they arraign the Republican party
tor i:s treatment of them. They will go
on voting the Republican ticket, never
theless, till the day they die, and their
resolutions wul not bulldoze then bosses
nor affect Democrats any more kindly
toward them. By the way, the Federal
Court meets here week after next, and
they should bring to its attention the of
fences which they allege have been com
mitted against the ballot. Statesrille
The Republican district convention of
this district, to annoint delegates to tin
l jfc c
Republican national convention aud for
other purposes, has been called to meet
at Salisbury, Saturday, 26th iust. States-
Tin and Copper Smitb!
Is again doing business in his own name. His
snop is in the rear ot the store tormerly occupied
by Brown & Gowan. His entrance, on Fisher Street
at the sign of the big Coffee Pot. Is doing all kinds
oi nu in on, sneei iron. Brass, copper ana zinc.
Roofing, Guttering, Stills and Pipes done to order.
nepamng p rompuy executed.
WILL KEEP ON HAND,
A good assertment ot heating and cooking stoves
and all kinds of Tin Ware. Please call and see for
yourselves. WMS. BKOVVN.
North Carolina College.
MT. PLEASANT, CABARRUS CO.. N. C.
A FULL AND EFFICIENT CORPS OF
Professors. Sixty students already in at
tendance. Tuition from $30 to $40 per
session of ten months. Members of the
College Benefit Associatian secure tuition
at $20 to $30 per session of ten months.
Board in the college at less than five dol
lars per month. With these superior ad
vantages, this institution invites the
patronage of all who have sons toeducate.
For particulars, address.
Rev. G. M. SCHAEFFER, A. M., Pres.
Mt. Pleasant, N. C.
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FOR THE TWENTY YEARS uarin? wind, we
have been sell in a n I ni:tuitliti:t ut inu: I-'ctilizi-vs, we have
made the Tobacco Chop t!:t- xi!i'et of special stmly and ex
tensive experiment, with the oljectoi making the best pos
sible Fertilizer fur that cr, without regard to analyses or
book Yaluntioiw. The relative value of the different ldis
tilizing materials has been studied in the Plant-Bed, iq
the Field, in the Barn, and in the Salesroom. Our
is the product of the informfition and skill gained in this
continuous effort to improve, aud we ollei it with great con
fidence as being the
VERY BEST FERTILIZER FOR BRIGHT TOBACCO
yet made. Crops raised with it bring the highest
average prices in all the markets of Virginia and
We use nothing in its manufacture but materials of the
highest grade, which are known to be specially adapted to
this crop. We use no fiery ammomates, ground leather,
horn, hoof, shoddy, or wool waste, or other inferior or in
jur ions ammcniates.
ALLISON h ADDISON, Manufacturers,
"FOB SALE by Agents at all points in the Tobacco-Growing
Sections of Virginia and North Carolina.
J. ALLEN BROWN Agent for the Aboye. Also
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tyj::DBRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
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SUMMER GOODS in Salisbury. " A
DRV GOODS AND NOTIONS IN. ABUNDANCE.
OUR NUNS VEILING, WORSTED, POPLINS and LACE BUNTING arc very che
and pretty. "
OUR Prints and Lawns are very handsome at 6f cents and upwards.
SHOES cheap and to suit evervbodv.
LADIES' and Men's new style SUMMER II ATS.
WE have a HANDSOME STOCK ot CLOTHING.
WE have 20 Kinds of CHEWING TOBACCO.
We have the largest and best assortment of Sugar, Coffee, and Molasses in town
We have the largest stock of Table and Glass ware in the place.
We have a new su; ply of 5 cent tricks.
We keep a full stock of Bran, Shorts, Flour, Meal, and Corn constantly on hand.
We Sell the Celebrated PEARL SHIRT.
We are Agents for THE LIGHT RUNNING DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE.
We are Agents5 for COATS' SPOOL COTTON. "
And we hope by FAIR DEALING and LOW PRICES to merit a call from you all be
fore buying or selling.
W. W. TAYLOR, i
D. J. BOSTIAN, ' Sftlejmen.
and J. A. NEELY.
April 1st. 1884.
Fiirnitnre Dealer Upholsterer,
PARLOR SUITS, 35 to $100
CHEAP BEDS, $2.50. FINE LINE OF CARPETS.
Sewing Machines Weed and Hartford. ..,,
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D. R. MOSEBY, Micholson Station, Ga.,
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G. M. G A FORTH, Shelby, N..C, writes:
Alongside of Acid Phosphate, mixed with
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J. F. TOOLE, Wad ley, Ga., says : I like
the "Empire'1 best because it is quick in
taking hold and slow in letting go.
HOWELL & WILLIAMSON, Rome, Ga.,
writes : We are led to believe one ton of
your "Empire"' is worth as much as one
and a half tons of any other fertilizer sold
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Salisbury, N. C, Feb. 25, "84.
I used the Empire Fertilizer on cotton
last year, and say beyond doubt it is the
best I ever used. W. M. Ritchie.
Salisbury, N. C, Feb. 20, '84.
The Empire Fertilizer I used on cotton
last year I am satisfied is as good as any
other. C. A. Canup. "
We have used different Fertilizers for the
last ten years and the Empire Fertilizer we
used last year on tobacco is the best that
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Dr. B. .J. Kendall & Co., Gents: Foot
years ago while in the employ of A. P. Pit
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Some time during the fifth yeai. (lor I was
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KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
Freuront, Ohio, Sept. '24, 1883.
Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., Gentli-raen
Having had an opportunity of seeing your
"Treatise on the Horse"" this Summer for
the first time I wasjnduted to try your
Kendall's Spavin Cure on a valuable horse
that had been lame since the first of April,
from a bone Spavin. I had blistered it
several times and concluded that uiy horse
would never get over being lame. Five
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weeks the lameness entirely disappeared.
It has been worth $80.00 to me.
II. H. IIoise.
Mount Prairie, Minn., Sept. 24, 1883.
Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., Gentlemen :
Last Spring I had a aluable young horn
that from some cause got a very large lump
about half way on his shoulder and w
very lame for a long time. Iliad the best
horse doctors examine her, some culled it
one thing some another, one said the shoul
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After I had tried the cure I went and
bought one bottle of Kendall's Spavin Curt,
I did not use one half of it before it was all
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As a horse liniment it is invaluable.
Respectfully, Andrew Obk.
Tawas City, Mich., Sept. 1, 1888.
Messrs B. J. Kendall Co., Gentlemen:
Please send me a package of Prof FlinU
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D. Van Vkankj
Supt. of S. & Y. D.
Greenbrier, West Virginia.
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o i t ,-
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DRS. J. J. t E. M. SUMMERHil
! OFFIC :
CORNER MAIN AND BANK STREETS,
8 to IO'a.'m. aud 3 to j'p.
grades of flour.
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